The science behind climate extremes is fascinating and diverse.
Our experts love to share their work with the media, websites like The Conversation and here at climateextremes.org.au – here’s some of their latest articles.
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This WA town just topped 50℃ – a dangerous temperature many Australians will have to get used to
You may think Australians are good at surviving the heat. But the climate you were born in doesn’t exist any more. Sadly, our farms, wildlife, and suburbs will struggle to cope with the extreme heat projected for coming decades.
La Niña just raised sea levels in the western Pacific by up to 20cm. This height will be normal by 2050
To give low-lying island nations a fighting chance at surviving the coming floods, all nations (including Australia) must drastically and urgently cut emissions.
Clouds in a new light: rejected satellite data gives a fresh view of our floating companions
Grayson Cooke, Southern Cross University; Christian Jakob, Monash University, and Dugal McKinnon, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington Grayson Cooke, Author provided Clouds have been objects of reverie and wonder throughout human history,… View Article